At Community Church, membership is a formal covenant between an individual and the church leadership and family, establishing a commitment and providing additional privileges and responsibilities. You should be able to find the answers to your questions about membership in the links below, but if not, please contact the church office and ask for our Senior Pastor, Adam Utecht.
What it means to be a member at Community:
Becoming a member is a pledge to this church family (1 Timothy 3:13). Membership is a pledge to become an active, consistent, contributing person in the church. It is a pledge to embrace the vision, mission, values, and strategies of this church. It is a covenant to pray fervently for the church; to attend consistently, to give faithfully, and to serve diligently. It is a promise to submit to its leaders, to handle conflict and disagreement in God-glorifying manner (Matthew 18:15-17), and to protect the unity of the church through love (1 Corinthians 13:4-7). Becoming a member is a commitment to be an active player, and not just an interested spectator, in the ministry of Community Church.